High-performance throughput capabilities and massive project capacity match 21st century project requirements. Learn more about OrthoVistaXtreme >>
View, measure, annotate, and disseminate geospatial image reports directly from a Web browser.
Featuring key enhancements in infrastructure, video analysis, expanded connectivity, enriched product generation, and automation. Download / learn more about SOCET GXP v4.1 >>
BAE Systems GXP and Stellacore present OrthoVistaXtreme, the future in digital image mosaicking software
Accurate, attractive orthorectified mosaics are a key deliverable in many mapping projects. Creating a beautiful mosaic with consistent, pleasing radiometry and invisible seamlines is a daunting challenge. BAE Systems has the answer.
Join us at one of our regional training events! GXP is attuned to your challenges and your needs. As a direct result from customer feedback regarding current budgetary and travel constraints, we have made the decision to postpone our GXP User Conference this year, and instead will be taking the show on the road. Our […]
Nearly 10 years ago, we had the vision to build a new product that combined the full spectrum of mapping and analysis capabilities into one comprehensive package. Now it’s a reality. SOCET GXP v4.0 is now available with groundbreaking updates that save time, increase productivity, and create more accurate geospatial-intelligence. All of the tools you […]
The forthcoming SOCET GXP v4.0 release represents the achievement of a goal we envisioned nearly 10 years ago to merge image exploitation, geospatial production, and a myriad of other critical mapping tasks into a single commercial product…
The customer portal offers access to exportable software builds, patches, and other critical product information at any time, and any time zone.
eXtreme season’s greetings from our XA family…
GXP Roadshow 2012 — We’re coming to you! Want to see the latest GXP Xplorer and SOCET GXP technology? Watch for details and dates…
See the latest GXP Xplorer and SOCET GXP software capabilities for data management and geospatial-intelligence analysis. Friday, November 18, 2011, MacDill Air Force Base – Tampa, FL. Choose from one of two identical sessions: 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The briefing covers SOCET GXP v3.2 photogrammetry, mapping, geospatial production, and image analysis workflows; new tools coming in SOCET GXP v4.0; guidelines for transitioning SOCET SET workflows to SOCET GXP; and an introduction to GXP Xplorer — the new data management and visualisation tool that everyone is talking about.